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Lion Fight Has A Problem With Mismatches – A Fighter’s Rant

Lion Fight Promotions has an issue that needs to be addressed. This issue has been bothering me for the past year and it has only grown worse over time. I have given them a chance to fix it, but after seeing the preview to the next fight card, enough is enough. Now before I even talk about what the issue is, let me show you a few images and let you decide for yourself if you agree with my assessment. If you haven’t figured it out by now, Lion Fight has a matchup issue. When I first started seeing some of...

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Fight of the Week – Wanchalong vs Chaisiri

Every once in a while you see a Muay Thai fight that truly embodies what the sport is about. Although the fight between Lumpinee Champion Wanchalong PKSaenchaimuaythaigym against Rajadamnern champion Chaisiri Sakniranath looked good on paper, it turned out to be the fight of the year. The fight showcased Wanchalong defending his Lumpinee title against Rajadamnern champion Chaisiri, who was looking to be one of the few fighters who held both major stadium titles. This fight is a nail biter from start to finish. I don’t think I’ve ever seen Wanchalong in a boring fight. He possess a warrior spirit that showcases what will power...

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6 Highly Effective Low Kick Combinations for Muay Thai

Low kicks are one of the most feared weapons in Muay Thai because of the pain they inflict. It is quite common to see someone limping around for a few days after a few well placed leg kicks in training. An effective low kick can change the outcome of a fight. Damaging an opponent’s legs will change their fighting style, making them more defensive throughout the course of the fight. While every fighter should have a diverse arsenal of attacks at their disposal, the low kick is one of the most effective tools that can be used. Disclaimer: I am not responsible...

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Muay Thai Fighting – 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Fight

In our last article titled, “5 Reasons you Should Fight,” we talked about specific reasons why you should fight. This article will talk about why you don’t have to fight if you love the sport. With the growing popularity of Muay Thai around the world, there are increasing opportunities to have fights. While some people enjoy fighting and competing, the majority of people who train do not have aspirations to enter the ring. Just because someone is training Muay Thai and loves the sport, doesn’t mean they want to test themselves in a fight. Everyone has their own reason why they train: some...

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5 Reasons You Should Have A Muay Thai Fight

If someone is training Muay Thai long enough and reaches a certain skill level, should they take the next step and get into the ring? The topic of fighting in Muay Thai is often heavily debated among Muay Thai practitioners. Given the fact that most people who train don’t fight, you can imagine that a lot of people have strong opinions on the subject. Some people think that everyone who trains should fight (Almost every trainer in Thailand), while others think that fighting is only meant for a select few individuals. A while ago, Muay Thai Guy made a facebook post that sparked...

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